Greenwich Anticlockwise

Urban Greenwich throughout Times

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Visitors flock to Greenwich for its market, the Observatory and the Meridian, the Maritime Museum and the Cutty Sark. If you are lucky, you might even see a famous actor or two as the grounds of the University are often used as a film sets. Les Miserables, Pirate of the Caribbean and many more were famous pictures were filmed here. There is a conventional clockwise circuit starting from West Greenwich and the Cutty Sark but it's much more fun to tackle Greenwich anticlockwise. And to spend some time looking behind the scenes to discover the parts of Greenwich locals like best: An urban Greenwich throughout the times

       With so much to see in Greenwich, here are a few must see which might not appear in guidebooks, including the best place for a selfie



Queen's Orchard

Queen's House

Nelson's ship in a bottle

The Fan Museum

Solange berchemin



Christmas Shopping Extravaganza

Festive fun in Knightsbridge & Regent Street

Bookstores of Piccadilly

A short walk for bibliophiles

Clap Clap Clapton

Incredible Neighbourhood in Transition

Tea Time in London

For Tea Connoisseurs, Foodies & Anglophiles

Art, bubbles and the Singing Southbank lift

Tate Modern along the Thames